Ski Butlers Blog

Best Mexican Food in Vail

Vail may be famous for it’s snow and expansive, varied terrain; but a less well known fact is that it’s overflowing with restaurants serving great Mexican food. There’s a restaurant for every occasion and style, and we’ve highlighted a few of our favorites below.

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Five things to do on your trip to Park City this winter.

If you are planning a trip to Park City this winter, make a point to cross a couple of these off your bucket list! A list of 5 Park city bucket list items to help enhance your winter ski vacation in Park City, Utah.

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Burton US Open takes over Vail

The Burton US Open is the premier snowboard competition, due to it’s longevity(34 years running!) and position as the final event of the competitive season. The event moved to Vail, Colorado in 2013, and features Men’s and Women’s Olympic level events in Slopestyle and Halfpipe.

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A History of Skiing in The Tetons

In 1965 Jackson Hole Mountain Resort officially opened for the 1965/66 winter season, and Jackson Hole started its journey to become one of the most iconic ski towns in the world. Over the course of Jackson Hole’s now 50 continuous years of servicing skiers seeking to try some of the most difficult terrain in North America, the resort and the Jackson Hole area have provided some of the most influential moments in skiing history.

 

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